If a truck and a motorcycle get into a collision, how does the force from the motorcycle on the truck compare to the force from the truck on the motorcycle?
From Newton's Third Law, we know that each force results in an equal and opposite reaction. Thus, the two forces are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction.
How do you compute an indeterminate limit?
Typically, the first step is to attempt to factor or simplify the expression to remove the problematic expression from the denominator. That is, simplify the expression until the value the variable approaches can be plugged in.
What method should you use to find the indefinite integral of xln(x) with respect to x?
Integration by parts where u = ln(x) and dv = xdx